- TripBuzz found 262 things to do with kids in or near Mukilteo, Washington, including 250 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kirkland, Poulsbo, Everett and Seattle.
- From Traxx Indoor Raceway to Gymagine Gymnastics, the Mukilteo area offers 99 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Dog Park, Parks and Lighthouses.
- One of Seattle's most affluent suburbs is the city of Mukilteo. The waterfront community, located along Puget Sound, features lighthouses and select campgrounds set amongst picturesque scenery. Due to the strong presence of sea life in the area, diving and fishing are among the most popular activities by locals and tourists.
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80% 71 votes
419 98th Ave Northeast, Bellevue, WA 98004 MoreLess Info
Bordering Lake Washington is Meydenbauer Beach Park with well kept docks, picnic grounds and life guards available on the spot. The walking trails lead through beautiful views of the surrnounding scenery and the lake where one can fish or swim.
82% 285 votes
700 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 MoreLess Info
With IMAX, digital, and 3-D viewing formats available, visitors to Lincoln Square Cinemas can see the latest blockbuster hits in their stadium-style theaters. Their chairs are made out of leather and can recline.
41% 278 votes
700 Bellevue Way NE, Ste 250, Bellevue, WA 98004 MoreLess Info
Bellevue's Lucky Strike is a bowling alley and lounge that offers open bowling as well as league and tournament play, and features electronic scoring. The alley also features a restaurant and bar with signature cocktails.
91% 334 votes
10201 Northeast Fourth St, Bellevue, WA 98005 MoreLess Info
Downtown Park is a local facility with half a mile jogging track that runs through well-kept greens, a waterfall and a duck pond which serves as an ice skating ring in winters.
69% 2944 votes
1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101 MoreLess Info
The Seattle Aquarium offers dive shows, an area to touch a Puget Sound tide pools, octopus feedings, an area to view a stimulated Pacific coral reef, and a show featuring otters and seals. The aquarium also has a special area set apart for studying ocras, also known as killer whales.
91% 1443 votes
1000 Fourth Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 MoreLess Info
Boasting eleven floors and a total area of over 362,000 square feet, the Seattle Public Library is an architectural sight to behold. In addition to books, the library offers computers, databases, and a variety of other resources.
100% 9 votes
Pine Lake Park
228th Ave SE & SE 24th Street, Sammamish, WA 98075 MoreLess Info
Located in the woods, 16 acre Pine Lake Park offers plenty of picnic areas and recreational activities such as children play areas, a basketball court, and a baseball field. The lake offers opportunities for fishing, boating, and swimming.
81% 113 votes
600 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98124 MoreLess Info
Capitol Hill is a residential district with one of the city's most prominent nightlife and entertainment venues. The Hill is dotted with coffeehouses, taverns and bars to appeal to all types of groups.
91% 170 votes
1298 Grow Avenue Northwest, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 MoreLess Info
Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial was erected in the memory of the hundreds of local residents who were exiled to internment camps in Seattle during the Second World War. There is a Memorial Wall made of red cedar with the names of exiles etched on it.